Is Camping at Lucky Bay on your bucket list??
During Easter 2021 we were scrolling through instagram (as you do!) and we were transported over to Lucky Bay in Western Australia by Joel, Shelley, Kiedis & Zarvi – 4 Macs Makin Trax .
We often live vicariously through our caravanning families as we watch them explore our wonderful country via social media. Many thanks to Shelley for sharing her family photos of this incredible destination. Have you visited Lucky Bay?
Lucky Bay, Kalbarri
We’ve had the most relaxing, off grid 7 nights beach camping down in front of the lagoon at Lucky Bay for Easter…
Only 30 mins south of Kalbarri, it was perfect timing with my pulled back muscles to slow down, stretch n’ put the phone done with no internet. Time for some quality family time with our boys.
We had four quiet beach front days snorkling, swimming, paddling & some fishing (but not enough as Joel was looking after me & the kids while I had a sore back most of the time, so no luck ).
We watched people bringing in Crays left right and centre from the rock shelf – we were so jealous……
We had crazy busy Easter weekend days, meeting new friends, sand boarding, quad biking and four wheel driving through the sand dunes – followed by more swimming until the sun went down.
Oh and not to mention our Four wheel drive became a rear wheel drive while up in the dunes. Bit of Bush mechanics by the hubby got us out of there…
Magical spot for only $15 per night!
We had our own little piece of paradise away from the hords of holidayers, right next to a sand dune that blocked us completely from the WA arvo winds .
It’s a beautiful remote off grid beach camp!
- Campers must have their own adequate water and supplies as there’s no potable water!
- Dump point
- Toilets are just a short drive back off the beach and into Lucky Bay’s main camping area!
- Definitely let your tyres down to 18 PSI or less and you will be sweet!
We sure are Lovin the Coral Coast so far! What an Easter…..one we sure won’t forget, feeling truly grateful